Housing

If you’re on a low income, you might be eligible for legal aid – which means we can help you with your housing problem at no cost to you. 
​If you need advice, please check if we can help before contacting us.

We can help with

Emergency advice and representation at court for housing possession cases (link to URGENT CONTACT FORM)

Eviction and possession proceedings (from your rented home), including notices served by your landlord

Homelessness

Succession for tenants if there is threat of losing your home ie when the person you live with has died

Unlawful eviction or harrassment

Rented home in such poor condition that it’s affecting your health (disrepair)

 

We can't help with

Housing issues if you are a

landlord

 

Buying and selling property

Wills and probate

Housing transfers

Neighbour disputes

Boundary issues

You can get in touch using our contact form or by phoning 0151 709 0504. Please note that our phone lines are very busy at the moment, and you may find it quicker to use our contact form if you can.

If we are unable to help and your issue is listed in the red box you may need to contact the following organisations;

Shelter

https://england.shelter.org.uk

0808 800 4444

Liverpool Student Homes Housing Rights Advice Service

www.liverpoolstudenthomes.org

LSH@liverpool.ac.uk

07970 247 209   

URGENT HELP

Possession hearings at court are no longer suspended. If you’ve been sent court papers about eviction, it’s vital you still seek legal advice now – and we’re here to help.

How can we help?
Contact Us
Merseyside Law Centre
35-37 Bold Street
Liverpool
L1 4DN

© Merseyside Law Centre 2020

*Due to funding criteria we are currently only able give Welfare & Benefit advice to clients who live in the Liverpool City Council region.

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